Cyberhawk is proud to announce its 5 year anniversary. We would like to thank our customers for supporting our innovative new technology and hope that we have rewarded them by delivering step improvements in safety and cost effectiveness. Since incorporation in 2008, Cyberhawk have led the commercial development of Remotely Operated Aerial Vehicle (ROAV) & Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) industrial inspection and land surveying solutions. We are recognised as the market leader and continue to drive the evolution of the commercial ROAV industry through the development of innovative solutions for some of the world’s largest energy companies.
In the past 5 years we have:
- Pioneered the commercial use of ROAVs & UAVs for industrial inspection and land surveying with over 25 world firsts
- Successfully inspected over 200 flare tips, both on- and off-shore and more than 500 transmission towers
- Established a peerless Health and Safety Record with over 5,000 flights
- Completed projects globally from the UK and mainland Europe, to Asia and the Middle East and in the North Sea, Irish Sea and South China Sea
- Delivered ROAV services to tier 1 companies in Oil & Gas, Utilities and Renewables
- Won the UK Oil & Gas 'Business Efficiency' award in 2012
- Appointed Craig Roberts as our Chief Executive and won a significant investment from Europe’s leading growth equity company, Scottish Equity Partners
- Appointed Ian Marchant, former CEO of SSE and senior non-executive director of the Wood Group, to our Board
Malcolm Connolly, Founder & Technical Director of Cyberhawk: "It’s been a fantastic journey with Cyberhawk so far. We’ve moved from an initial concept of using remote flying vehicles for inspection 7 or 8 years ago to a safe and proven inspection and survey solution that is now being utilised by many of the world’s leading oil & gas, utility and renewables companies. This progress shows the dedication of the Cyberhawk team and the trust our customers place in us. I'm really looking forwards to more ground-breaking achievements in the next 5 years!"